Tag Archives: Board of Education

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Oliveira resigns from school board

REGION 16 — After seven years on the Region 16 Board of Education, Wendy Oliveira has resigned citing personal reasons. Oliveira, a Democrat from Beacon Falls, submitted her resignation letter…

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BOE, teachers agree to new deal

NAUGATUCK — The Board of Education has approved a new three-year agreement with the teachers’ union that includes yearly raises and modifications to the health care plan. Under the terms…

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Safe workplace policy in the works

NAUGATUCK — The Board of Education is in the process of implementing a safe workplace policy in response to allegations of bullying, verbal abuse and threats of violence at the…

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Scope change means new grant request

REGION 16 — If Region 16 officials eventually want to move forward with demolishing Algonquin School and building a district office on the site, they will have to submit a…

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School board issues RFP for program

REGION 16 — The Region 16 Board of Education is searching for a provider to run a before and afterschool program at the new Prospect Elementary School when it opens…

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BOE seeks compromise on easement

BEACON FALLS — The Region 16 Board of Education has granted the town of Beacon Falls a conditional easement at Woodland Regional High School for local equestrians. The board, which…

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Administrators unveil strategic plan

NAUGATUCK — The borough got its first look at the new, three-year strategic plan to improve schools. Superintendent of Schools Sharon Locke and Assistant Superintendent of Schools Christopher Montini unveiled…

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Principal adds another first

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck public school system last year had its first middle school principal of the year in Hillside Intermediate School Principal Johnna Hunt. Now, Naugatuck can boast that…

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Borough weighing future school options

NAUGATUCK — The borough and school system are slowly moving forward with a plan to build a new grades five to eight school at the site of the current Cross…

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Parents want flex time back

REGION 16 — A scheduling change implemented at Long River Middle School this year has parents concerned that their children are being overburdened. Melissa O’Neil, a parent from Prospect, presented…